Snapchat allows you to share photographs and videos for a limited period. As a result, you only get a few seconds to watch the Snap, up to ten seconds. However, if you want to save the material you transmit or receive longer, you may store it within the app or to your camera roll. With that stated, we’ve outlined a couple of techniques for downloading these videos to your phone.
Step 1: Long-press a video shared with you and select “Save in Chat.” This option is not available when photos and videos are configured to “play once” before being sent. When you save a video in chat, Snapchat notifies the receiver, and the video appears in the conversation window for both of you.
Step 2: Long-press the saved video once more and select “Save to Camera Roll.” Again, Snapchat will notify the other person that the video has been saved to your camera roll. The messaging app appreciates your privacy, and this feature emphasises the effort it has made to protect your private photographs and videos.
Snapchat’s decision to remove the save button from movies and photographs sent to you by others is, in my opinion, the appropriate step in terms of privacy. Those films are intended to be secret, and the messaging app has remained true to its transitory nature to this day, with no “save” function.